alpha-Crystallin A sequences of Alligator mississippiensis and the lizard Tupinambis teguixin: molecular evolution and reptilian phylogeny.

@article{Jong1985alphaCrystallinAS,
  title={alpha-Crystallin A sequences of Alligator mississippiensis and the lizard Tupinambis teguixin: molecular evolution and reptilian phylogeny.},
  author={W. D. de Jong and Anneke Zweers and M. Versteeg and H. Dessauer and M. Goodman},
  journal={Molecular biology and evolution},
  year={1985},
  volume={2 6},
  pages={
          484-93
        }
}
The amino acid sequences of the eye lens protein alpha-crystallin A from many mammalian and avian species, two frog species, and a dogfish have provided detailed information about the molecular evolution of this protein and allowed some useful inferences about phylogenetic relationships among these species. We now have isolated and sequenced the alpha-crystallins of the American alligator and the common tegu lizard. The reptilian alpha A chains appear to have evolved as slowly as those of other… Expand
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